The ecological excursion complex "Skalki" is located on the eastern shore of a large pool of Lake Bele. Here, for the first time, visitors have the opportunity to relax in harmony with the protected nature. The complex “Skalki” is designed in such a way that the presence of a person minimally affects the protected area. For visitors, the trails are equipped in such a way that the human foot does not touch the ground. Thanks to the visitor center built here, everyone can learn a lot of interesting and useful information about the Reserve “Khakassky” and Lake Bele.
On the territory of the complex “Skalki” there are 8 yurts, each designed for 4 people and one yurt for two people. Each yurt has single beds, a table, a wardrobe, chairs, LED-based lighting, wooden floors are covered with carpets. Cooking is carried out in the shared kitchen, equipped with everything necessary for cooking. There are baths and showers on the site. Electricity is generated by solar panels. 100 meters from the yurt complex "Skalki" there is a beach 500 meters long. The beach is not equipped, the coastline is made up of small and large limestone with some sand. The entrance to the water is gentle.
The main focus of the ecological excursion complex “Skalki” is ecological vacation with minimal interference with nature. Vacationers should remember that they are in a protected area and observe silence. It is forbidden to violate the integrity of the soil cover, scatter garbage, burn fires outside the equipped areas, harm the wildlife. The territory of the yurt complex is fenced and guarded, travel through the territory of the Khakassky reserve is only possible with passes.
For those who want to combine outdoor recreation and learn something new, it is possible to visit Mount Chalpan, located in the northern part of the small pool of Lake Bele. The road to the ecological excursion complex "Skalki" passes at the foot of the mountain, where the cordon of the Reserve "Khakassky" is located. At the top of the mountain there is a fortress “sve” of the Tagar-Tashtyk period. On the southern slope there are 5 petroglyphs dated from 2000 BC until the VIII-X cc AD. At the foot of Mount Chalpan there are burial grounds of the Tagar and Tashtyk cultures. Chalpan Mountain offers a magnificent view of both pools of Lake Bele.